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Wide receiver Mike Wallace reportedly refuses to sign his one-year tender of $2.7M with the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Wallace wont be able to participate in OTAs if he doesnt sign the tender, and could ultimately end up being a holdout in Training Camp, as he covets a lucrative long-term deal. It is still too early to consider red flagging the elite wideout for Fantasy Football though.
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With the recent rumblings that a bunch of teams are interested in trading for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette doesn’t see it happening.
I agree with Bouchette, the Steelers won’t go out of their way to trade Wallace. Even though he doesn’t plan on signing his restricted free agent tender, he’ll be playing in Pittsburgh...
Adam Schefter of ESPN reported Wednesday on NFL Live that Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace has no plans to sign his one-year, $2.742 million tender. Schefter added that Wallace plans to sit out all of the Steelers offseason workouts until the two sides reach a long-term contract agreement.
The restricted free agent deadline of April 20 is now...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Evan Silva, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace doesn’t plan on signing his restricted free agent tender, so he won’t be attending OTA’s next week.
“He is not going to sign that (RFA) tender, which means he is not going to be at OTA’s with the Steelers, said Schefter, per Silva.
With clearly no teams interested in signing...
Adam Schefter reported on NFL Live this afternoon that Mike Wallace will not be signing his RFA Tender. Wallace will skip all of the offseason programs. He plans to hold out until he gets a long term deal. That is the only deal he plans on signing.
Wallace had reported interest in getting a Larry Fitzgerald type deal. Many thought that it was to see if he could get more then...
According to Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, there are a handful of teams that are interested in trading for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace.
It was just reported yesterday that Wallace won’t be showing up to next week’s OTA’s. So to me, this sounds like his representatives trying to push the Steelers along in getting a long-term extension done...
The Pittsburgh Steelers may be kidding themselves when it comes to Mike Wallace not looking good to other NFL teams. I can think of at least three teams that could immediately benefit having Mike Wallace on their team. The Cleveland Browns are the first that comes to mind. The Browns need a wide receiver that is a threat. Currently the Browns have no one on their roster other NFL...
Adam Schefter reported that Mike Wallace has no intentions to sign his restricted free agent tender; that was two days ago. Today the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review is reporting that multiple teams are interested in trading for Wallace. This has lead to multiple thought processes on what the Steelers sho Continue
It seems that the Steelers Mike Wallace is doing everything in his power to force the media and the blogging nation to continue writing about him this offseason. While I would imagine that isn’t his primary intent, it’s an indirect result of the media circus surrounding him and his contract status going forward. Don’t get me wrong, we here at Steeler Addicts will always report...
The market for restricted free agents is pretty soft, but Steelers WR Mike Wallace is the clear gem. With the deadline for RFAs to get offer sheets from other teams, the interest has been slim across the league. Plus, was a parting shot at Tim Tebow in Denver deserved?
Don’t bet on disgruntled Steelers WR Mike Wallace changing addresses via restricted free agency. It’s a reminder of how agents have very little regard for the restricted free agent market.